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"Reflections on the revolution in Europe: immigration, Islam and the west” by Christopher Caldwell


“Caldwell frames the issue of Muslim immigration to Europe as a question of whether you can have the same Europe with different people. The author, a columnist for the Financial Times and a senior editor at the Weekly Standard, answers this question unequivocally in the negative. He offers a brief demographic analysis of the potential impact of Muslim immigration—estimating that between 20% and 32% of the populations of most European countries will be foreign-born by the middle of the century—and traces the origins of this mass immigration to to postwar labor crisis.”

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Reflections on the revolution in Europe: immigration, Islam and the west / Christopher Caldwell. — London: Penguin Books, 2010. — XII, 363 p. ; 20cm

In the cover: Can Europe be the same with different people in it?

Bibliography: p. 287-291

ISBN 978-0-141-02777-7

D1056.2.M87 C35 2010

R. 97766